Nathaniel Helwig
Nathaniel Helwig
Associate Professor of Psychology and Statistics, University of Minnesota
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Methods to temporally align gait cycle data
NE Helwig, S Hong, ET Hsiao-Wecksler, JD Polk
Journal of biomechanics 44 (3), 561-566, 2011
Age, gender, and self-esteem: A sociocultural look through a nonparametric lens.
NE Helwig, MR Ruprecht
Archives of Scientific Psychology 5 (1), 19, 2017
Color, music, and emotion: Bach to the blues
KL Whiteford, KB Schloss, NE Helwig, SE Palmer
i-Perception 9 (6), 2041669518808535, 2018
Adding bias to reduce variance in psychological results: A tutorial on penalized regression
NE Helwig
The Quantitative Methods for Psychology 13 (1), …, 2017
Dynamic properties of successful smiles
NE Helwig, NE Sohre, MR Ruprecht, SJ Guy, S Lyford-Pike
PloS one 12 (6), e0179708, 2017
Bootstrap enhanced penalized regression for variable selection with neuroimaging data
SV Abram, NE Helwig, CA Moodie, CG DeYoung, AW MacDonald III, ...
Frontiers in neuroscience 10, 344, 2016
A critique of tensor probabilistic independent component analysis: implications and recommendations for multi-subject fMRI data analysis
NE Helwig, S Hong
Journal of neuroscience methods 213 (2), 263-273, 2013
Fast and stable multiple smoothing parameter selection in smoothing spline analysis of variance models with large samples
NE Helwig, P Ma
Journal of Computational and Graphical Statistics 24 (3), 715-732, 2015
ica: Independent Component Analysis
N Helwig
multiway: Component models for multi-way data
N Helwig
Regression with ordered predictors via ordinal smoothing splines
NE Helwig
Frontiers in Applied Mathematics and Statistics 3, 15, 2017
Statistical nonparametric mapping: Multivariate permutation tests for location, correlation, and regression problems in neuroimaging
NE Helwig
Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Computational Statistics 11 (2), e1457, 2019
Smoothing spline ANOVA for super-large samples: Scalable computation via rounding parameters
NE Helwig, P Ma
arXiv preprint arXiv:1602.05208, 2016
Habitual wearers of colored lenses adapt more rapidly to the color changes the lenses produce
SA Engel, AJ Wilkins, S Mand, NE Helwig, PM Allen
Vision research 125, 41-48, 2016
Estimating latent trends in multivariate longitudinal data via Parafac2 with functional and structural constraints
NE Helwig
Biometrical Journal 59 (4), 783-803, 2017
bigsplines: Smoothing splines for large samples
N Helwig
Smoothing spline analysis of variance models: A new tool for the analysis of cyclic biomechanical data
NE Helwig, KA Shorter, P Ma, ET Hsiao-Wecksler
Journal of biomechanics 49 (14), 3216-3222, 2016
The special sign indeterminacy of the direct-fitting Parafac2 model: Some implications, cautions, and recommendations for Simultaneous Component Analysis
NE Helwig
Psychometrika 78 (4), 725-739, 2013
Predicting perceived disfigurement from facial function in patients with unilateral paralysis
S Lyford-Pike, NE Helwig, NE Sohre, SJ Guy, TA Hadlock
Plastic and reconstructive surgery 142 (5), 722e-728e, 2018
Analyzing spatiotemporal trends in social media data via smoothing spline analysis of variance
NE Helwig, Y Gao, S Wang, P Ma
Spatial Statistics 14, 491-504, 2015
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